"Working Woman" and "Longing" are among the 10 Israeli films to be screened at the 49th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) as part of the country's focus package.
Israel is the focus of this year's fantasy film.
The festival, which will be held from 20 to 28 November in Goa, will feature 10 films in collaboration with the Israeli Consulate General in Mumbai.
Avi Nesher's "Other Story" will begin the division.
The 2018 film depicts the characters who face the pain of a dysfunctional family and how this family handles her daughter's religious repentance.
Directed by Michal Aviad, "Working Woman" is a 2018 film about work harassment and features a strong performance by Liron Ben Shlush. He was featured in the modern world cinema section at the Toronto International Cinema Festival in 2018.
"Longing" tells the story of a middle-aged Israeli bachelor who is forced to assess the choices of his life when he discovers that a former girlfriend had begun his son 20 years ago.
The film, directed by Savi Gabizon, was screened in the modern world cinema section at the Toronto International Film Festival of 2017.
"Shalom Bollywood: The Rare History of Indian Cinema" (2017) is a feature documentary that celebrates the song and dance history of the world's largest film industry.
The film also deals with Bollywood veterans, including Rishi Kapoor, who are discussing the cinema industry in general and the impact of Jewish stars in particular.
Other films include "The Footnote" (2011), "The Bubble" (2006), "The Unorthodox" (2018), "Para Aduma" (2018), "The Waltz with Bashir" 2008).
This year, Israeli director Dan Wolman, known as "Hide and Seek", "Tied Hands" and "An Israeli Love Story," will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
The popular Israeli actor Alon Aboutboul will be the expert guest at the Israeli delegation at IFFI 2018. Aboutboul's film includes films such as Rambo III, Steven Spielberg's "Munich", Ridley Scott's "Body of Lies" London Has Fallen "and" The Dark Knight Rises ".
Aboutboul was honored with the Best Actress Award at the 44th IFFI.
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